OnePlus CEO and co-founder Pete Lau has teased the upcoming All the time-on Show (AOD) characteristic by a video on Chinese language micro-blogging web site Weibo. Based on the put up, OnePlus teamed up with academics and college students with Parsons School within the US to design the “Time” theme for its AOD characteristic. The video offers a great have a look at the identical and the way it has been applied, together with clips of the design course of. AOD will probably come to pick OnePlus telephones with OxygenOS 11 that’s anticipated to launch over the approaching months.
The Weibo put up offers us some data on what we will count on from OnePlus’ implementation of the AOD characteristic. It has a “Time” theme that’s extra of a timeline displaying a vertical line straight down the center of the telephone with the present time shifting from prime to backside, because the day goes by. The video additionally reveals some attention-grabbing options which are a part of this theme like gaps within the vertical line at any time when the telephone is used, with the entire variety of unlocks on the very prime. On the very backside of the display, some notification icons might be seen.
Moreover, to minimise the impact on battery life, the variety of energetic pixels at a time has been decreased with this implementation of AOD, based on one of many group members engaged on this characteristic.
Lau just lately revealed that the ultimate developer preview construct of OxygenOS 11 will likely be launched on August 10 that will likely be adopted by the open beta within the close to future. OxygenOS 11 may also be based mostly on Android 11. Moreover, it was additionally just lately teased that OnePlus telephones will get AOD characteristic with OxygenOS 11. So, it will not be lengthy till OnePlus customers get to expertise the AOD characteristic for the primary time, at the very least for many who go for the beta model.
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